Bachelor Seminar Production Management

General information

In this course, selected problems of production are dealt with. Both the corresponding production processes themselves and the relevant methods of operations research are considered.

Goals

The students

  • can work independently on problems from the fields of production and operations research
  • can present the results of their work
  • can critically question both their own and other students' results
Composition of the module examination / module grade
Arithmetic mean of individual grades weighted with CPs.
Examination requirements

The students

  1. Introduction to the current issue(s)
  2. Creating the scientific term paper
  3. Presentation of the written elaborations
  4. Critical discussion of the results
Examination performance
see detailed topic description
Dates and further information

To be offered in the new PO19 - B-WI starting in the summer semester 2020.


 

 

 

Event Information - Summer Semester 2022

The seminar will be held in the summer semester 2022 with the focus on modeling and decision support in the energy industry.

    Maximum number of participants: 20

If the number of registrations exceeds the number of possible participants, students of the industrial engineering program will be accepted preferentially. Then the decision will be made according to the methodology first-come first-serve. If you do not receive your first-come-first-serve, you will automatically be assigned to the second subject area. Again, first-come first-serve applies.


Registration until 06.04.2022 (05.04.2022 - 23:59) with the following form.

Modeling and decision support in the energy industry

Operations research is the field of research that deals with the development and application of mathematical methods for the preparation of optimal decisions. In the field of production, there are a large number of problems that can be solved using operations research methods.

In this seminar, students work on selected problems from the field of production management.

The students write a term paper and present the contents of the term paper in the seminar. The content of the term papers or presentations is the development of methodical approaches to advanced problems from production management based on articles from scientific journals.

Each student will develop and present a scientific paper on these topics, based on a scientific publication.

Goals

The students

  • can work independently on problems from the fields of production and operations research
  • can present the results of their work
  • can critically question both their own and other students' results
Composition of the module examination / module grade
Arithmetic mean of individual grades weighted with CPs.
Examination requirements

1. Participation in the classroom events

2. Short written elaboration of the topic

3. Oral presentation of the written work of approx. 10 min p. p.

Examination performance
Presentation with written elaboration.
Dates

Thu, 07/04/2022 (10:00-12:00):

joint kick-off with production management lecture

Thu, 05/05/2022 (10:00-12:00):

Intermediate date I

Thu, 12/05/2022 (10:00-12:00):

Intermediate date II

Thu, 02/06/2022 (10:00-12:00):

Presentation date I

Thu, 09/06/2022 (10:00-12:00):

Presentation date II

Fri, 07/15/2022 (11:59pm):

Submission of the written elaboration